Many of our local population are age 50 and over and quite active in this community, full time or part time. Unfortunately for this energized group, there is no AARP (formerly American Association of Retired People) chapter to serve them or utilize their volunteer talents.rom time to time, however, we are able to attract programs and resources from the state headquarters in Phoenix.his is the caseithhe "Options for Protecting Social Security" forum scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 20 at the La Sierra Restaurant, 800 N. Beeline. The program will be given twice, at 9 a.m. in Spanish and at 10:15 a.m. in English.et's please support this free public forum for the information and to merit future AARP efforts in Payson.
We are competing with 746,000 other Arizonans elsewhere in the state.
For member and public convenience about its services and benefits,ARPa nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization) has a new toll free number (866) 389-5649.lease save for future reference.he state office is headquartered at the Collier Center, 201 E. Washington St., Suite 1795, Phoenix.urther information is at www.aarp.org.
Ginny Correa Creager, Ph.D., Advocacy Network Representative for Northern Arizona, AARP Arizona